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Dr. Glenn Toplyn

Ph.D. – Clinical Psychologist from St. John's University; 25+ years experience as a clinical psychologist working in hospital and private settings. I work primarily with adults and have many years of experience working with depression, anxiety, relationship problems, and work stress.  I use a variety of therapy approaches with the goal of finding the best fit for the client. In addition, I also work for the State of Michigan at the Center for Forensic Psychiatry.


Joshua Eblin, Ph.D

I received my Ph.D in Clinical Psychology from the University of Toledo in 2015 and I am licensed in the State of Michigan. I primarily work with adult clients experiencing depression, anxiety, and relationship difficulties. My treatment approach is integrative. I use psychodynamic, cognitive, behavioral, and/or supportive interventions and tailor the treatment plan to the client's presenting problems, goals, and preferences. The client and I become collaborative team working toward the resolution of the presenting problems.


Jane Deering

LMSW - Master of Social Work from University of Michigan School of Social Work; licensed in the State of Michigan.  Has 26 years of experience working at the comprehensive Cancer center at the University of Michigan Health System and 25 years experience working with the Miscarriage and Newborn Loss Support Program through Lamaze Family Center of Ann Arbor.  Her areas of interest include working with adults and families in the following areas: cancer, chronic illness, end of life, grief and loss, anxiety, depression, miscarriage/newborn loss, and women's issues.


Kim Muntz

LMSW – Master of Social Work degree from the University of Michigan; post-MSW training at the University of Michigan Psychological Clinic; and Master of Counseling degree from the University of Nottingham, England. Licensed Master Social Worker in the state of Michigan. Clinical experience and interests include the treatment of depression; anxiety; grief and loss; relationship concerns; women’s issues; life transitions and decisions; and identity issues. Uses an integrative, collaborative approach incorporating various theories and modalities of therapy, including: cognitive behavioral, strengths based, feminist, emotionally focused, family systems, and relational. Works with adolescents, adults, couples, and families.


Mary Royce

LMSW - Master of Social Work degree from the University of Michigan with training at University of Michigan Psychological Clinic. My treatment focus is to restore and expand effective coping skills that have become overwhelmed by painful life events or illness. I work with adults and couples incorporating mindfulness practices to manage stress and improve functioning.


Margaret Ryder

LMSW - Experienced working in the human service field since 1980.  Licensed Master's Social Worker.  Have provided mental health services for individuals, children, teens, and adults - ages ranging from 4 years old to older adults. Primary treatment modality is cognitive behavioral techniques.  Experienced in play therapy and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT).


Tara Saunders

Tara Saunders, LMSW - Master of Social Work degree; licensed in the state of Michigan. Clinical Therapist since 2000; in addition, over 20 years of experience in the mental health field. Primary clinical focus is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with children (all ages) and adults (up to age 75). Specializes in working with children/adolescent populations and young women’s issues.


Deana Smith

LMSW – Master of Social Work degree from the University of Michigan; clinical therapist since 2000; state of Michigan Licensed Master's Social Worker. Her primary work is with adults with a specialty in marital and relationship issues. She also provides marriage preparation and enrichment. Her therapeutic approach is solution-focused with an emphasis on behavioral changes.


Lalita Ghosh

LMSW – Master of Social Work degree from the University of Michigan. Lalita has over 30 years of experience working in various settings ranging from foster care to hospitals. She specializes in care for women and children; primarily doing family therapy with children. She also has experience working with the South Asian community. Lalita is a talented therapist, who can help treat anxiety and depression.


*more detailed bios coming soon!*

 Janelle Currier



All our clinicians hold graduate degrees in psychology and/or social work.